Synonyms for faerie

Grammar : Noun
Spell : fey-uh-ree, fair-ee
Phonetic Transcription : ˈfeɪ ə ri, ˈfɛər i

Définition of faerie

Origin :
  • supernatural kingdom, "Elfland," c.1300, from Old French fairie; see fairy.
  • As in lotus land : noun idyllic realm
Example sentences :
  • The "Faerie Queen" was received with a burst of general welcome.
  • Extract from : « History of the English People, Volume V (of 8) » by John Richard Green
  • Lionel at length made his choice,—a volume of the "Faerie Queene."
  • Extract from : « What Will He Do With It, Complete » by Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • The Queen of Faerie had looked less lovely, meeting him on the edge of the wood.
  • Extract from : « The Invader » by Margaret L. Woods
  • Indeed, in the Faerie Queene, Arthur himself appears as the protagonist.
  • Extract from : « English Narrative Poems » by Various
  • Every canto of the Faerie Queene bears the impress of its influence.
  • Extract from : « The World's Great Sermons, Volume 7: Hale to Farrar » by Various
  • So he went to the court of the Faerie Queen, and she took him for one of her knights.
  • Extract from : « Stories from the Faerie Queen » by Edmund Spenser
  • He also produced a book on cookery, and a commentary on the Faerie Queen.
  • Extract from : « Haunted London » by Walter Thornbury
  • How beautiful is the description of it given by Spenser in his "Faerie Queene."
  • Extract from : « Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions » by Charles Mackay
  • Like the allegory of "The Faerie Queene," it won't bite them.
  • Extract from : « The Galaxy, June 1877 » by Various
  • "It is like a land of faerie," said Lady Biddy; and, indeed, it did seem like enchantment.
  • Extract from : « The Admirable Lady Biddy Fane » by Frank Barrett

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